Some Saleen S281 supercharged Mustangs are being recalled due to bolts used to fasten the hood latch and hinges to the fiberglass body of the hood that may become loose. About 339 vehicles are affected by the recall, which was issued due to the possibility of the hood becoming loose and even separating while driving. And since Saleen owners probably have a little more lead in their right sneaker than a typical driver, the possibility of the hood catching air and flying off isn't all that remote.
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